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Donating Deer to Needy Families

Updated: 11/19/2005 - If you bag an extra buck this hunting season, you can donate that venison to a good cause.

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Be Prepared for Being Stranded

Updated: 11/17/2005 - Temperatures took a drop, and with the first snow of the year, it's time to make sure you're ready if something happens while you're traveling.

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UWSP Student Diagnosed With Whooping Cough

Updated: 11/17/2005 - Health officials at UW-Stevens Point are dealing with their first-ever case of whooping cough after doctors diagnosed a 22-year-old student with it earlier this week. Now, dozens of students are getting tested for the disease.

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Power Being Restored

Updated: 11/17/2005 - There are still some folks without any power Thursday (November 17, 2005) morning, but crews are making some headway.

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International Open House

Updated: 11/17/2005 - You can work your way around the world in just two hours Thursday (November 17, 2005) at Northcentral Technical College.

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Plea Deal Made in Deadly Off-Road Crash

Updated: 11/17/2005 - John Paremski and Jesse Merkel, both 22, have pleaded no contest in Oneida County Court in their case of an off-road stunt turned deadly.

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Avery Alone in Jail

Updated: 11/17/2005 - Steve Avery is being kept away from everybody else in the Calumet County Jail.

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Rise in Premature Babies Not Completely Negative

Updated: 11/17/2005 - The Centers for Disease Control says more than half a million babies were born prematurely last year. That's the highest number reported since the government began counting in 1981.

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Future Business Leaders Get Lesson on Ethics

Updated: 11/16/2005 - With some of the recent scandals in the news, it may seem ethics in the business world don't exist anymore, but Junior Achievement is hoping high school students don't see their futures that way.

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Gearing Up for a State Championship Run

Updated: 11/16/2005 - It's the game every high school football team dreams of playing in, the state championships. This year five area teams will make the trip to Madison for a shot at that gold ball. We visited one of those schools to see how the fans are gearing up.

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Harvath Hearing Delayed

Updated: 11/16/2005 - The man charged with killing Dirk Wolf won't appear in court until December 2.

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Marg in Court Again

Updated: 11/16/2005 - Former Marathon County Snowmobile and ATV Trail Coordinator Dave Marg has a court date Wednesday (November 16, 2005) afternoon.

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Board: School District to Stay Open

Updated: 11/16/2005 - Your kids may've hoped school would be closed Wednesday (November 16, 2005), but at least kids in Florence County will still have schools to go to.

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Are "Black Friday Ads" Web Sites Legitimate?

Updated: 11/16/2005 - Anyone who shops the day after Thanksgiving will tell you it's mayhem trying to get those spectacular deals. Some Web sites say they have the scoop on those so-called "Black Friday" bargains. But how do you know if they're trustworthy?

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Learning Self-Defense

Updated: 11/16/2005 - The news about Teresa Halbach, a young woman found murdered in a salvage yard in Manitowoc County, may have many wondering if there was anything she could have done to escape or even survive. There are several opportunities in our area to learn how to defend yourself against an attacker.

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Crash Kills One in Portage County

Updated: 11/15/2005 - A 14-year-old boy has been killed in the Town of Amherst in a two-vehicle crash Monday (November 14, 2005) afternoon.

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Listening Session in Rapids

Updated: 11/15/2005 - Which schools, if any, should be closed in the Wisconsin Rapids District? The answer won't come until you get a chance to let officials know.

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